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Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump

Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls. Americans with evangelical beliefs have a great deal in common. They trust in Jesus alone, evangelize their neighbors, and believe the Bible is the final authority in their lives. But when it comes to voting, race and political affiliation still divide evangelicals, according to a survey from LifeWay Research taken before the second presidential debate.
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